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  May 24, 2019
Dealing with the consequences of brain injury can be extremely difficult. In a recent study by Headway UK, as part of their Brain Drain – Wake up to Fatigue campaign​ it has been shown that almost 90% of brain injury survivors' lives are negatively affected by ‘pathological fatigue’, with 80% saying their lives would be improved if people had a better understanding.
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  May 23, 2019
Should you have been the victim of brain injury it is likely legal advice on the merits of a claim can follow, in order to avoid unnecessary costs and problems later in life.
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  May 22, 2019
Whether you are caring for someone with a brain injury or providing occasional support for a family member there are some small things we can all learn which will make us better equipped to do so.
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  May 21, 2019
Following an accident those involved have significant concerns in relation to their injuries and the consequences of this. It can often be difficult to know what to do to try and mitigate the effects.
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  May 20, 2019
Ramsdens Solicitors are pleased to confirm that they will be supporting Headway throughout their Action for Brain Injury Awareness Week taking place in the week commencing 20th May 2019.
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  November 23, 2018
This week we have been supporting the charity Brake in their road safety awareness week. Brake carry out amazing work and aim to promote road safety generally but with a specific focus in November on road safety week; this years campaign is Think Bike.
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  November 22, 2018
Ramsdens Solicitors are pleased to be supporting Brake Charity throughout Road Safety Awareness Week In 2017 there were a total of 170,993 people injured in road traffic accidents across the UK. Among those were 24,831 serious injuries and 1,793 deaths. These figures demonstrate how vulnerable we are, whenever we are on the road. It is alarming to think that nearly 1,800 people lost their lives when taking to the road last year, which signifies the importance of road safety awareness.
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  November 22, 2018
“Every day in the UK, five people die on roads and about 60 more are seriously injured” There is no escaping the fact that road traffic collisions change lives, not only for the people involved but for the families and support networks that surround them. Brake are a charity that carry out amazing work in promoting road safety awareness including running Road Safety Week every November. However, the reality is that road collisions do happen and we need to be prepared to deal with the aftermath.
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